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Swedish Vaccine Vial Labels and Stickers

The following are examples of barcoded vaccine vial labels and barcoded peel-off stickers developed in Sweden.

(Provided through the courtesy of Dr. Harald Heijbel, Swedish Institute of Infectious Disease Control, Lund.)


Diphtheria-Tetanus vaccine (SBL Vaccin AB)

Adhesive keeps label permanently affixed to vial.


Inactivated polio vaccine (IPV) (SBL Vaccin AB)

Label is permanently affixed to mono-dose vial.


Inactivated polio vaccine (IPV) (Pasteur Mérieux MSD)

Multiple peelable labels superimposed on a waxed paper carrier.  This appearance does not necessarily reflect the final layout of superimposed labels on the vaccine vial.

Above labels separated to show individual components. 


ACT-HIB® (HIB) vaccine (Pasteur Mérieux MSD)

Multiple peelable labels superimposed on a waxed paper carrier.  This appearance does not necessarily reflect the final layout of superimposed labels on the vaccine vial.   

 

Above labels separated to show individual components.  


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